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I've created a Sphinn bookmarklet for all those that want to quickly add any story they come across to Sphinn. read more »
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Usability guru Jakob Neilsen isn't shy about expressing strong opinions about search. In today's Just Behave column, Gord Hotchkiss has a fascinating interview with Nielsen touching on everything from universal search results to personalization an read more »
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Barry Schwartz ranks highly for 'fat hairy naked man'. I happen to rank highly for 'kill people for money'. What about the rest of you? read more »
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Gives a comprehensive list of ways to own your name in the SERPs. Doing press releases is one of them. read more »
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When SEOs talk about getting links from Wikipedia, the main benefit that’s often mentioned is “it’s still a great source of traffic even if you don’t get the link juice.”

That’s true, but we’re overlooking one Big Fact: Wikipedia content doesn’t read more »
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Looks like Google is finally testing mobile AdSense ads. Sweet! read more »
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We just released a brand spanking new Firefox plugin/extension that allows you to easily check the Google search results (Organic and paid) as they appear in different countries. Any feedback or feature requests would be very much appreciated. read more »
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This article takes a deeper look at Clicktracks and shows 10 cool things you can do with it. Includes screen shots and a discussion of how to use these features to improve site ROI. read more »
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Some SEO practitioners and even more company marketers continue to see search engine optimization as a single or short term event. This seriously flawed perspective as well as five good reasons to engage SEO consultants on an ongoing basis are prese read more »
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I often get asked to review a web site and give quick feedback on the site’s SEO. The issue: Is the site doing well, or in desperate need of SEO help? To answer those questions, I’ve developed a speedy system to go through a site and take a quick SE read more »
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Add a bit of code and a Sphinn icon and we now have bookmarking capabilities within our Share This Wordpress bookmarking Plugin! read more »
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SEO Honolulu offers up 5 signs that it's time for you to trade the land of SEO for the beach and little umbrella drinks. He also mentions Danny Sullivan needing to adopt a Ninja Rabbit. I personally think this is a most excellent idea. read more »
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We've been so busy getting the infrastructure of Sphinn together that I'm behind in posting terms, conditions and more on rules of behavior. So in this post, I wanted to jot down some initial guidelines. read more »
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You're 28 today, right, Rand? read more »
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I have searched the internet and could find nothing quite so sphinn-worthy as a blog post about my cats. read more »
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Well now that Threadwatch is gone, I know a bunch of us marketers are looking for a place to fill the gap. My bet is that Sphinn has the best chance. It gets away from the tired old forum and blog format and gives us a Social Media style outlet were read more »
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Diggwatcher monitors a story with audio updates; Entourage shows your friends by icon; a tool to view your digg comments and jump to friends and oh! read more »
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I think Sphinn needs a domaining section. Anyway, here is a good article over on the Aviva Directory about domain laws. read more »
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Good guide on how to create good content that is not negative in tone. read more »
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Nice find by Bill, a patent app that discloses some nice tips on AdWords quality score. read more »
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Rand Fishkin disusses the need for paid links, even for people that are trying to stay on the straight and narrow. See some web sites that rank well with paid links and get some tips on how to buy some good links while dodging Matt Cutts. read more »
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It seems like just a few weeks ago when Stephan and I chatted with Neil Patel about what the next quick hit for Diggers would be, and I think he sugg read more »
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Due to wikipedia's dominance of the SERPs we have developed a firefox plugin which allows you to search Google and get results with wikipedia no where to be seen! read more »
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Even if you don’t make huge profits from offering an affiliate program you should still have one to keep affiliates of other programs from bashing your brand. Read more... read more »
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It's our first day, and we're thrilled to have you try the site. Here's some background about how to get started, what to do and how to say our name! read more »
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We're open, but we're in beta -- and that means there are some bugs. This page tells you what we already know about. Find something new? Then add it to this discussion! read more »
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We're new, and we couldn't add everything we wanted at launch. See something you wish we'd add? Let us know below. We'll also tell you what we've already heard about and why, in some cases, we m read more »
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How do you get started as a pool guy? Chris McCall in Utah used Google Earth to find everyone with a pool in his area, then did a custom mailing to t read more »
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I had the opportunity to chat with usability guru Jakob Nielsen about what might be happening with search in the next few years and he's not bullish read more »
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